Imagine this: you are an executive at a bank and you hear on social media that your bank has been hacked. You knew nothing about this and you are behind the news cycle—so it’s already too late. If you could travel back in time, what should have done instead?
At a glance
- Banks can no longer afford to take a tick-the-box approach to cybersecurity.
- They must design comprehensive programs that use the best technology available for measuring and analyzing these threats.
- Crucially, they must hire and empower dynamic Chief Information Security Officers that will take the banks in a fundamentally different approach to cybersecurity—one that’s both proactive and reactive.